Synthetic Daisies: Fireside Science: Fun with F1000: publish it and the peers will come 2014-09-02


"For the last several months, I have been working on a paper called 'Animal-oriented Virtual Environments: illusion, dilation, and discovery' [1] that is now published at F1000 Research (also available as a pre-print at PeerJ). This is a paper that has gone through several iterations, from a short 1800-word piece (first draft) to a full-length article. This includes several stages of editor-driven peer review [2], and took approximately nine months. Because of its speculative nature, this paper could be an excellent candidate for testing out this review method ... F1000 Research uses a method of peer-review called post-publication peer review. For those who are not aware, F1000 approaches peer-review in two steps: the submission and approval by an editor stage, and the publication and review by selected peer stage. Let's walk through these ..."


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09/02/2014, 16:48

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09/02/2014, 12:48